"Tuesday Morning" as written by and Keith Ciancia Erik Schrody....
I was too busy counting all my zeros
Never really thought too much about heroes
Never really thought too much about anyone but me
Never really opened my eyes wide enough so that I could see

And I'm just like you, you're just like me
And I'm just like you, you're just like me
We're only separated by a few degrees
And I'm just like you, you're just like me
Just like me, just like me

Never really thought too much about tomorrow
Never really dealt very well with sorrow
Tired of living my life like a feather floating on the breeze
Trying to find me a good woman that can bring me down to my knee

And I'm just like you, you're just like me
And I'm just like you, you're just like me
We're only separated by a few degrees
And I'm just like you, you're just like me
Just like me, just like me

I think I've always tried to do the right thing
I've been a little to scared to ride the lightening
Tired of living my days surrounded by all these fears
Still stuck in my ways haven't changed after all these years

And I'm just like you, you're just like me
And I'm just like you, you're just like me
We're only separated by a few degrees
And I'm just like you, you're just like me
Just like me, just like me, just like me, just like me
Just like me, just like me, just like me, just like me


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"Tuesday Morning" as written by Erik Schrody Keith Ciancia

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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